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Brock University

Office of the Registrar

1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way

St. Catharines, Ont., Canada L2S 3A1

905.688.5550 ext. 4293

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If you have completed one or more years of any academic program at Seneca, you can transfer to any undergraduate degree at Brock University, provided you meet specific admission and prerequisite requirements. General policy: Graduates of a three-year diploma program with a B average or 70% (3.0 GPA) in the last two semesters of a three-year diploma program will be considered for admission and may be awarded up to 7.5 credits depending on the compatibility of the Seneca and Brock programs and with the approval of the department.

Applicants who have completed a two-year program with a cumulative average of 70% (3.0 GPA) will be considered for admission and may be awarded up to five credits, depending on the compatibility of the Seneca and Brock programs and with the approval of the department.

Applicants who have completed one year of an academic college program, or graduates of a one-year academic certificate with a cumulative average of 75% will be considered for admission. In cases where course learning outcomes align with university-level studies, transfer credit may be awarded on a case-by-case basis.

Admission is not guaranteed by attainment of the minimum requirements.

The awarding of transfer credit is based primarily upon:

  1. compatibility of the college program with the Brock program
  2. course content
  3. grades achieved in each subject

Seneca Program: Early Childhood Education

Degree: Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Honours)

A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Early Childhood Education diploma program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded seven of the credits required to complete the degree. Apply using the 105D or 105F application at OUAC.

For program information, students can visit Discover Brock University.


Seneca Program: Social Service Worker, Social Service Worker – Immigrants & Refugees, Social Service Worker – Gerontology

Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Psychology degree or a four-year with Major Psychology degree, or a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Women’s Studies degree

A minimum 75% (3.5 GPA) cumulative average for these diploma programs is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applications will be awarded five of the 20 credits required to complete the degree. Apply using the 105D or 105F application at OUAC.

For program information, students can visit Discover Brock University.


Seneca Program: Paralegal

Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Political Science

A minimum 75% (3.5 GPA) cumulative average on these diploma programs is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded five out of 20 credits required to complete the degree. Apply using the 105D or 105F application at OUAC.

For program information, students can visit Discover Brock University.


Seneca Program: Police Foundations

Degree: Four-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology, Sociology, Geography or Political Science degree

A minimum 75% (3.5 GPA) cumulative average in the Seneca Police Foundations diploma program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded five of the 20 credits required to complete the degree. Apply using the 105D or 105F application at OUAC.

For program information, students can visit Discover Brock University.


Seneca Program: Recreation & Leisure Services

Degree: Three-year (Pass) or Four-year (Honours), or Four-year with Major Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies degree

A minimum 75% cumulative average in this diploma program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded 6.5 of the 20 credits required to complete the degree. Apply using the 105D or 105F application at OUAC.

For program information, students can visit Discover Brock University.

Please visit Pathways and agreements at Brock for more information.